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In today’s news: Creative industries could lose up to £3.3bn and 27,000 jobs from the Brexit, City Music Foundation announces 2017 artists and Radio 3 has teamed up with BBC Music Introducing to discover new female classical composers and performers in light of International Women’s Day. Also, more women come forward with allegations against Charles Dutoit, and the acess to the Elbphilharmonie plaza should continue being free of charge in the opinion of the Hamburg Taxpayers Association.

The Strad

Baroque string specialist working for music publisher forced to leave UK after visa non renewal

The decision highlights the lack of seriousness with which the UK visa authorities view the arts world.

Classical Music

Creative industries under threat from no-deal hard Brexit

Creative industries could lose up to £3.3bn and 27,000 jobs from the Brexit

City Music Foundation announces 2017 artists

The 5 musicians selected include Lotte Betts-Dean, Eblana String Trio, Alex Hitchcock, Gwenllian Llyr and Rokas Valuntonis.

Programme for Piccadilly Chamber Music Series announced

The Church of St James Piccadilly will host a brand new annual series of chamber music concerts from 2018.

M Magazine

BBC R3 seeks unsigned women composers

Radio 3 has teamed up with BBC Music Introducing to discover new female classical composers and performers in light of International Women’s Day.

Limelight

More women come forward with allegations against Charles Dutoit, including rape

Just a day after the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London announced that Charles Dutoit would be vacating his posts as artistic and principal conductor ahead of schedule following multiple allegations of sexual assault, another six women have come forward with further accusations, one of them alleging rape.

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Ultraschall Berlin – Festival für neue Musik 2018 – 20. Jahrgang startet am 17. Januar

Kulturradio vom Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (rbb) und Deutschlandfunk Kultur veranstalten vom 17. bis zum 21. Januar 2018 „Ultraschall Berlin“. Das Festival für neue Musik präsentiert im 20. Jahrgang in zahlreichen Konzerten 18 Ur- und sechs Erstaufführungen.

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‘British German Philharmonic Orchestra’ in Bad Homburg gegründet

Die Kurstadt Bad Homburg bekommt ein neues Orchester. Der Organist und Dirigent Marius Beckmann (*1993) hat dort das BGPO (British German Philharmonic Orchestra) gegründet.

Musik Heute

Steuerzahlerbund: Zugang zur Elphi-Plaza kostenfrei lassen

Der Zugang zur Plaza der Elbphilharmonie sollte nach Meinung des Hamburger Steuerzahlerbundes auch weiterhin kostenlos bleiben.

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En Moselle, une école de musique victime du vol de 22 instruments

A Distroff, en Moselle, l’école de musique Mélodia a été victime d’un cambriolage lors de la première semaine de janvier 2018. 22 instruments ont été dérobés.

Twitter

France Musique @francemusique: 10 petites choses que vous ne savez peut-être pas sur Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovski

Music History @today_classical: in 1894 FP of ‘s String Quintet in Eb, Op. 97 American in NYC.

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(Written on January 12, 2018 )

In today’s news: architects shortlisted to design the Barbican’s new concert hall, and a-n launch #FreeMoveCreate campaign to protect freedom of movement in the creative industries. The Berliner Staatsoper moves back to it’s proper building, and fake news about appeal for funds for the Beethovenhalle Bonn retracted by ‘citizens for Beethoven’ union. Azerbaijan celebrates jubilee of first female opera singer, and a hidden Bach festival is being revealed.

The Guardian

Frank Gehry and Renzo Piano on shortlist for Barbican’s new concert hall

The conductor’s baton has been raised in the battle for the Barbican’s new concert hall with some of the world’s leading architects making the shortlist to design the landmark venue

Classical Music Magazine

ISM and a-n launch #FreeMoveCreate

The Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) and a-n (the Artists Information Company) have announced their collaborative campaign #FreeMoveCreate to protect freedom of movement for all who work in the creative industries

The Violin Channel

Telegraph Quartet Announced New San Francisco Conservatory Quartete-In-Residence

Comprising violinists Eric Chin and Joseph Maile, violist Pei-Ling Lin and cellist Jeremiah Shaw, the ensemble, formed in 2013, are former 1st prize winners at the Naumburg and Fischoff International Chamber Music Competitions.

The Strad

Cellist Steven Isserlis receives Cobbett Medal for services to chamber music

Inaugurated in 1924 and endowed by Walter Willson Cobbett, the medal is presented annually to a musician for services to chamber music

Tagesspiegel

Alles im Griff auf dem singenden Schiff

Am Freitag endet das siebenjährige Exil der Berliner Staatsoper im Charlottenburger Schillertheater. Ein Gruß zum Abschied.

Concerti

Musik unterm Sternenzelt

Die zehn schönsten Opernfestivals Europas locken in diesem Sommer nach England, Frankreich, Italien, Deutschland und Österreich

Pizzicato

‘Bürger für Beethoven’ boykottieren Spendenaufruf für Sanierung der Beethovenhalle

Nachdem der Westdeutsche Rundfunk (WDR) die falsche Meldung verbreitete, der Bonner Verein ‘Bürger für Beethoven’ würde zu Spenden für die Sanierung für Beethovenhalle aufrufen, wiesen die Verantwortlichen dies entschieden zurück.

Azernews

Azerbaijan to mark 120th jubilee of first female opera singer

The 120th jubilee anniversary of great female opera singer of Azerbaijan Shovkat Mammadova will be celebrated ceremonially.

The Washington Post

A well-hidden Bach festival offers cheerful relief on a summer afternoon

The Grace Church Bach Festival is one of this town’s better-kept secrets.

Twitter

Ein Chagall-Konzert in St. Stephan in Mainz mit ! Wir sind ganz beseelt!

Ehrenpräsident des Deutschen Musikrates Richard Jakoby gestorben

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(Written on July 13, 2017 )

Classical News

In today’s news, The Guardian’s pick of what not to miss at the Proms, a new BBC iWonder guide explores how playing an instrument can improve one’s life, and Guildhall School appoints Lynne Williams as its new principal. Also, Sol Gabetta speaks about adjusting to playing a c.1725 Gofriller and a Bach manuscript sells for £2.5 million at Christie’s in London.

The Guardian

Berlin v Dresden, barking dogs and a car park party: five Proms 2016 highlights

The Guardian critic’s pick of what not to miss at the Proms, from a face-off between Germany’s finest to concert opera from Karita Mattila, a host of intriguing premieres, and treats beyond the Albert Hall

International Arts Manager

Creative Industries Federation launches International Advisory Council

The IAC will discover and share examples of best practice, policy and innovation in the arts, creative industries and cultural education worldwide with the aim of harnessing opportunities and measuring risk.

Classical Music Magazine

iWonder guide explores benefits of playing an instrument

A new BBC iWonder guide explores how playing an instrument can improve one’s life. It features research from the Tokyo Medical and Dental University which shows that playing a musical instrument can have health benefits.

Guildhall School appoints Lynne Williams as new principal

Lynne Williams is to become the Guildhall School’s new principal. She will take over from Professor Barry Ife in early 2017, providing strategic direction and ensuring that the Guildhall’s business plan is implemented effectively.

The Strad

‘There is a tiger inside this instrument’: Sol Gabetta talks about her newly acquired cello

The Strad’s August 2016 cover star speaks about adjusting to playing a c.1725 Gofriller, after twelve years with her beloved Guadagnini

Musik heute

Bach-Manuskript für 2,5 Millionen Pfund versteigert

Das Manuskript von Johann Sebastian Bachs Präludium, Fuge und Allegro Es-Dur BWV 998 ist am Mittwoch bei Christie’s in London versteigert worden.

Klassik heute

Neuer Künstlerischer Leiter beim Grafenegg Campus ab 2018

Ab 2018 wird Dr. Leon Botstein künstlerischer Leiter des Grafenegg Campus. In dieser Position ist er für die künstlerische Planung und Umsetzung aller Grafenegg Campus Aktivitäten verantwortlich.

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Kommissar Wallander betritt die Opernbühne

Kurt Wallander, der berühmte Kommissar in den Romanen des schwedischen Autors Henning Mankell, betritt die Opernbühne. In der Oper «W – The Truth Beyond» begibt er sich auf die Suche nach der Wahrheit.

Twitter

Top Classical News @topcmnews On disc at last – Carlisle Floyd’s Wuthering Heights

BR Klassik @BR_Klassik Tenor @AJRStaples: “An open air concert is like really expensive busking.” Watch #KlassikamOdeonsplatz live:

nmz @musikzeitung nmz-sperrsitz: #Berufe in der Musikwelt: Twitteraccountmanagerin bei der #GEMA http://goo.gl/fb/eiOx5e  #internet

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Standout comparison … conductors Daniel Barenboim, left, and Christian Thielemann Composite: Getty Images

(Written on July 14, 2016 )

Classical News

In our news today, the Messiaen Foundation starts a project for young musicians, BBC News goes behind the scenes of the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians, and The Times launches Christmas carol competition. Also, The Musicians’ Union predicts bad times for musicians through Brexit, and Frank Peter Zimmermann gets his Stradivarius “Lady Inchiquin” back.

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Maison Messiaen To Become A Residence For Young Musicians

The Messiaen Foundation has started a project to open Olivier Messiaen’s residence on the lake of Laffrey (Isère) as residence for young musicians.

BBC News

A Syrian Symphony: Behind the scenes of an emotional musical reunion

When their home country was torn apart by war, the members of the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians were dispersed around the world. Last month, they were brought together again for brief tour, aided by Damon Albarn. The BBC World Service went behind the scenes of the rehearsals.

The Strad

Britain’s vote to leave the EU will be ‘bad news for musicians,’ says Musicians’ Union

The Musicians’ Union (MU), which represents over 30,000 professionals working across all sectors of the music business throughout the United Kingdom, has issued a statement on its website in response to Britain’s 23 June referendum decision to leave the European Union.

Broadwayworld

BWW Interviews: „Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II“ with Sydney Symphony Orchestra Conductor and Co-Creator George Daugherty Shares His Passion And Enthusiasm With BWW Sydney

This July, George Daugherty and co-creator David Ka Lik Wong bring their new concert „Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II“ to the Sydney Opera House. Teaming up with Sydney Symphony Orchestra again, they will pair the iconic Warner Bros animation with live orchestral performance to entrance and delight audiences of all ages and backgrounds.

Classical Music Magazine

Times launches Christmas carol competition

The Times has launched its Christmas carol competition for 2016.
The winning entry will be performed by the Bach Choir on 16 December at Cadogan Hall and published in the Times before 31 March 2017.

Creative industries continue to thrive

New government figures show that the creative industries are continuing to grow and improve in diversity. Since 2011, the number of jobs in the sector has risen by nearly 20% – nearly triple the rate of the UK economy as a whole – to 1.9 million.

The Londoner

A new way to do classical music in London

The Aeolian Musical Arts Association has unveiled a new approach to classical music in London — a conductor-less, community-focused string quartet that engages aspiring musicians and offers free tickets to their shows.

New York Times

Bird Song, Sirens and Saxophones for a Stroll Between Museums

It was with some trepidation that I set out last week to try “Soundwalk 9:09,” a piece the Metropolitan Museum of Art commissioned from John Luther Adams, the Pulitzer Prize-winning composer. Composed of sounds recorded in the area, the work is intended for people to listen to on their smartphones as they make the eight-block walk between the museum’s mother ship, on Fifth Avenue, and its new outpost, the Met Breuer, in the old Whitney building on Madison Avenue.

Leipziger Volkszeitung

Gewandhaus-Cellist bei Unfall ums Leben gekommen

Hendrik Zwiener, Cellist des Leipziger Gewandhausorchesters, ist bei einem Unfall ums Leben gekommen. Opernintendant Ulf Schirmer teilte die traurige Nachricht am Sonntag vor der Aufführung von Wagners „Götterdämmerung“ dem Publikum in der Oper mit und bat um eine Schweigeminute.

klassik.com

Architekturpreis Große Nike für Konzerthaus Blaibach

Der Bund deutscher Architekten (BDA) hat den Architekten Peter Haimerl für das Konzerthaus Blaibach mit dem Preis “Große Nike” ausgezeichnet. Die nach einem mehrstuftigen Auswahlverfahren vergebene Auszeichnung gilt als einer der bedeutendsten deutschen Architekturpreise.

MUSIK HEUTE

Geiger Frank Peter Zimmermann erhält Stradivari zurück

Der Geiger Frank Peter Zimmermann bekommt die Stradivari “Lady Inchiquin” zurück. Das Instrument aus dem Jahr 1711 werde Zimmermann künftig wieder zur Verfügung gestellt, sagte NRW-Kulturministerin Christina Kampmann am Montag in Düsseldorf.

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Deutscher Kulturrat setzt Kunstfest Weimar auf Rote Liste

Der Deutsche Kulturrat hat das 1990 gegründete Kunstfest Weimar auf seine Rote Liste der bedrohten Kultureinrichtungen gesetzt. Thüringens größtes und bekanntestes Festival für zeitgenössische Künste sei ab 2019 massiv in seiner Existenz bedroht, erklärte Kulturrat-Geschäftsführer Olaf Zimmermann am Montag in Berlin.

Twitter

Top Classical News @topcmnews Plan to make classical music more accessible locally – CTV News

neue musikzeitung @musikzeitung Deutscher Musikrat: Verlagsbeteiligung muss gesichert werden

BR_KLASSIK @BR_KLASSIK Update: Nelsons Abgang in wegen Streit um Besetzung? Jetzt äußerst sich Katharina Wagner. http://bit.ly/29gOJoz

Frank Peter Zimmermann (Foto: © Harald Hoffmann / hänssler CLASSIC)

Frank Peter Zimmermann (Foto: © Harald Hoffmann / hänssler CLASSIC)

(Written on July 5, 2016 )


Classical News

In today’s news, ENO announces joint recipients of the ENO Mackerras Fellowship, Barbican announces 2016/17 season and Kaufmann cancels Met Opera Production. Also, Pianist Lang Lang wants kids to be excited about classical music and creative industries worth almost 10 million an hour

Fast Company

Virtuoso Pianist Lang lang wants kids to be excited about classical music

The world renowned pianist is combining his celebrity and youth to break down staid perceptions of classical music for young students

New York Times

Jonas Kaufmann Cancels Met Opera Production

Jonas Kaufmann, the star tenor, has canceled his performances in a highly anticipated new production of Puccini’s “Manon Lescaut” that will open at the Metropolitan Opera next month

Classical Music Magazine

Barbican announces 2016/17 season

The Barbican’s 2016/17 season will include a celebration of music by Philip Glass, Steve Reich and John Adams, the European premiere of Gerald Barry’s Alice’s Adventures Under Ground and a major residency with Jonas Kaufmann

ENO Opera

ENO announces joint recipients of the ENO Mackerras Fellowship

Conductors Toby Purser and Matthew Waldren have been appointed as joint recipients of the ENO Mackerras Fellowship, the first time that the award will be shared by two conductors

Classical Music Magazine

Creative industries worth almost £10 million an hour

Figures published by the government show that the UK’s creative industries are worth £84.1 billion to the UK economy

FAZ

Wie Bayerns Regierung ein Gutachten verfälschte

Es sollte so schön sein: ein Konzertsaal in München mit Klenzes altem Marstallgebäude als Foyer. Doch das Kunstministerium täuschte die Öffentlichkeit über den Inhalt eines Gutachtens. Was steht wirklich drin?

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Liebreich setzt ‘Kultura Natura’ unter das Motto der Spiritualität

Alexander Liebreich Chefdirigent und Künstlerischer Leiter des Nationalen Sinfonieorchester des Polnischen Rundfunks (NOSPR) in Katowice, hat jetzt erste Informationen zu der Edition 2016 des von ihm geleiteten Festivals Kultura Natura bekannt gegeben. Es steht unter dem Motto Spiritualität und findet vom 13.-22. Mai statt

NMZ

Mit Konzerten gegen Fremdenfeindlichkeit – Opernhäuser wehren sich

Namhafte deutsche Opernhäuser wehren sich gegen ausländerfeindliche Stimmungsmache und setzten dabei auf die Kraft der Musik. Unter dem Slogan «Oper ohne Grenzen – Konzert für eine offene Kultur» hat die deutschsprachige Opernkonferenz am Montag in Dresden eine Konzertreihe angekündigt

El Mundo

El día que Elsa Sánchez entró en la Orquesta Nacional de España

¿Qué esconden los proceso de selección de las orquestas? Para averiguarlo, acompañamos a una joven violinista durante las pruebas de admisión para una plaza en la OCNE

Codex Flores

Bilanz 2014/15 der Tonhalle-Gesellschaft Zürich

Die Jahresrechnung der Saison 2014/15 der Tonhalle-Gesellschaft Zürich weist einen Ertragsüberschuss von 71’408 Franken auf. Die Gesamtzahl der Eintritte in Zürich lag bei 107’297, das entspricht einer Auslastung von 70,5 Prozent

Twitter

Hello Stage @HelloStage_  Celebrating one of our favorite #composers, #HappyBirthdayMozart! http://www.hellostage.com

MonteverdiChoir&Orch@mco_london Good morning @cadoganhall! Looking forward to celebrating #Mozart260 here tonight with Mozart Symphony #40 & Requiem

Royal College Music@RCMLondonCongrats to #RCMOpera singers Angela Simkin & @SimonShibambu, announced as @TheRoyalOpera Jette Parker Young Artists http://bit.ly/23sKRYL

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(Written on January 27, 2016 )

Classical News

Independent

Creative subjects being squeezed out of poorer schools, says major arts study

Specialist arts teachers in state schools have declined by 11 per cent

Classical Music Magazine

Classical sales: declining year-on-year, and streaming fails to compensate

Sales of classical recordings fell 5% by volume last year and by just under 1% in value terms, according to detailed figures released by industry body the BPI.

Classical Source

Southbank Centre announces Daniel Barenboim to give the 2015 Edward W. Said London Lecture, part of The Barenboim Project 2015

Since making his London debut at Royal Festival Hall in 1956, aged only 13, legendary musician Daniel Barenboim has been a regular performer at Southbank Centre. He returns during April and May 2015 as both conductor and piano soloist for The Barenboim Project 2015.

Sinfini

NYC Night Shift

New Yorkers will get a taste of the UK’s alternative classical scene next month, courtesy of the London-based Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.

Gramophone

New report calls for creation of cultural ‘Digital Public Space’

Recommendation forms part of wide-ranging report into the UK cultural sector, backed by leading arts figures

Arts Professional

Silos must end for the arts to thrive, report concludes

The final report of the Warwick Commission inquiry finds the future of cultural value as lying in a seamless relationship between the cultural sector and the creative industries, coupled with a focus on enterprise and creativity in schools.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Wie gewinnt man den Opern-Grammy?

Schon vier Mal war das Klassik-Label cpo für den Grammy nominiert, jetzt war es der einzige deutsche Sieger. Wie wird man Weltspitze? Warum steht die Trophäe noch nicht in Niedersachsen? Ein Gespräch mit Burkhard Schmilgun.

Berliner Zeitung

Welttag des Radios: 5 Dinge über das wichtigste Medium

Im Auto, unter der Dusche, abends im Zelt – das Radio ist überall dabei. An diesem Freitag wird es rund um den Globus mit dem Welttag des Radios gefeiert – und Dank digitaler Verbreitung hat es sich sogar teilweise neu erfunden. Fünf Fakten zum reichweitenstärksten Medium weltweit.

Klassik.com

Bariton Andrzej Jobber wird Hamburger Kammersänger

Auszeichnung auf Anregung von Opernintendantin Simone Young

Fono Forum

Endstation Mahler-Saal

Knapp ein Jahr nach dem klatschträchtigen Wiener Opernball flogen in der Staatsoper nun erneut die Fäuste.

La Croix

« Le klezmer redonne du baume au cœur »

France Musique consacre sa journée du 18 février à la musique klezmer, avec en point d’orgue, à 18 heures, un concert du clarinettiste David Krakauer à la Maison de la radio, avec plusieurs invités.

La Repubblica

Ilaria Boretti Buitoni: “Scala, con i tempi lunghi ora Pereira dovrà trovare sponsor all’estero”

Il sottosegretario ai Beni culturali è soddisfatta della conferma del sovrintendente: “Il governo farà tutti gli sforzi possibili ma la programmazione consente l’aumento dei fondi privati”

Pizzicato

Pariser Peinlichkeiten: Jean Nouvel kämpft vor Gericht gegen Philharmonie

Der Architekt der Pariser Philharmonie, Jean Nouvel, der aus Protest der Eröffnung des Gebäudes fern geblieben war, hat die Leitung der Philharmonie vor Gericht zitiert.

Twitter

Arts Council England@ace_national: We welcome @UoWcommission report: let’s work together to boost access to #arts, a key part of our creative industries http://bit.ly/1JnfJlU 

Classic FM@ClassicFM: Tenor Noah Stewart is asked if it is possible to teach anyone to sing. Read his reply here: http://classfm.co/PPkwnK 

medici.tv@medicitv: Want to part of @JoyceDiDonato‘s master class? Submit your questions using #AskJoyce, and join her Sunday for a live Twitter chat!

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New Yorkers will get a taste of the UK’s alternative classical scene next month, courtesy of the London-based Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Photo: Sinfini

(Written on February 18, 2015 )

The Telegraph

Obscure rule wrecks boy’s Last Night of Proms dream

Young chorister replaced at last minute after BBC falls foul of law banning under-13s on TV

Bellini opera fragment found in Spain

Rare fragment of an opera score handwritten by 19th century Italian composer Vincenzo Bellini found in Spain

The Guardian

Tchaikovsky was not gay, says Russian culture minister

Vladimir Medinsky says there is no evidence to suggest Swan Lake composer was gay as film biopic ignores his sexuality

Gramophone’s top prize goes to record honouring Columbia astronauts

Other winners in classical music magazine’s awards included guitarist Julian Bream, pianist Steven Osborne and Mark Elder and the Hallé

Music Week

Vince Cable admits “the creative industries are undervalued”

UK Music’s Jo Dipple put it to Business Secretary Vince Cable that music is being undervalued by Government in the national accounts at a Liberal Democrat Conference in Glasgow

Ballet News

Iain Webb and Margaret Barbieri of The Sarasota Ballet to Participate in the 2013 Ashton Symposium in London

The one-day symposium will focus on the role of Ashton’s works today and into the future. Discussing their expertise in staging Ashton ballets, Webb and Barbieri are excited to be part of this important event

PR News

Here’s How to Unlock The PR Value of Integrated Communications

PR departments and agencies are increasingly working with the marketing, advertising, digital and design disciplines to create a well-rounded message that clicks on all cylinders

Der Tagesspiegel

Nach dem Fest ist vor dem Fest

Kann Berlin als Musikstadt mit den anderen Metropolen mithalten? Hat sich das Programm des Musikfests bewährt? Und wie schlugen sich die Berliner Orchester im Vergleich mit den Gästen?

The Guardian

The Guardian

(Written on September 19, 2013 )